Citizens For A Better Norwood

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Norwood Citizens on Patrol 2009 Summary Report

The following COPP 2009 Summary Report was submitted to Norwood City Council via the agenda for last night's canceled meeting. Clearly, the COPP volunteers do a lot more than simply patrol our neighborhoods. Thanks for everything you guys and gals do to improve our community!

Group Man Hours: 5600
Patrol Total Hours: 339 hours
Ride a Longs: 3 X 8hrs= 24hrs
Reports to Building Department: 28
Reports to Health Department: 17
Reports to Public Works Department: 9


Developed and Delivered COPP training Course

Dispatch Reporting: Reporting Gas and Water leaks

Duke Energy: 25 Street lights not working (Faxed to Duke)
Graffiti on Buildings
Suspicious Activity

Found NKU Student ID card: Mailed lost student ID card to NKU Student Services

Traffic signals not working
Donated 8000 Pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House

Assisted with Traffic Control: Forget Me Not Fun Run

Guided Details: Norwood High/Middle School After School Patrol

Held Monthly Meeting/Training Sessions
Linden Point Community Garden Opening
Norwood Fire works/ COPP Display
Holy Trinity Festival/COPP Display, Patrol 3 days
Old Kroger Child ID kits/COPP Display
New Kroger Opening Display, Child I.D.Kits

Assisted with Traffic Control: Urology Group 5K Run Traffic Control

Manned Substation on Rain out patrol nights

Assisted with Traffic Control: Xavier Balderdash Run (Traffic Safety South

Norwood Streets)
Detail: Cintas Flu shoot Clinic
Detail: 13-Norwood Health Department Flu Shoot Clinics
Reported Aggressive Pan Handler Rookwood
Reported Possible Drug use Victory Park
Distributed Safe Holiday Shopping Tip Book Mark Rookwood
Reported Fight At Norwood YMCA After School
Reported Missing Street Signs, Manhole Covers
Marched in Norwood Day Parade
Patrolled All Norwood City Parks
Civilian Volunteer Coordinator Norwood COPP Removed Graffiti from Victory Park

Submitted by:
Bill Graff, Norwood Civilian Volunteer Coordinator
and Norwood Police Department

(Program funded by tax deductible donations)